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quod . . . extulit etc.: § 572, b (333, b); B. 331, V, a; G. 542; H. 588, i (540, iv, N.); H.-B. 594, c.

cruentum (pred.), reeking with blood.

vivis nobis (abl. abs.), leaving us alive.

civis: acc. plur.

jacet, etc., lies prostrate, etc.

retorquet oculos begins the figure of a wild beast, which is continued in faucibus.

profecto, no doubt.

quae quidem, which really.

quod . . . projecerit: see note on quod extulit, 1.9, above; for mood, see § 592,3 (341, d); B. 323; G. 541; H. 588, ii (516, ii); H.-B. 535, 2, a.

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